Top Architects Design Doll Houses That Imagine an Easier Life for Disabled Children

Top Architects Design Doll Houses That Imagine an Easier Life for Disabled ChildrenImage via Adjaye Associates on Facebook / Requested Credit

Twenty of the top architects in the world are designing on a smaller scale for charity. For a project called "A Dolls' House" some of the biggest names in the industry, including Zaha Hadid, dRMM, and David Adjaye, have created miniature houses that include elements that make life easier for disabled children.

"A Dolls' House" was spawned by the British property developer Cathedral Group who asked the architects to create designs. The finished creations will be auctioned off to raise money for KIDS, a charity that supports disabled children.

All architects were given a ground space of 750 mm, and many came up with whimsical and innovative designs. They worked off of British architect Edwin Lutyens's 1922 doll house, and let their imaginations run wild from there.

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